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What’s New? goes sci-fi

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In the February 2019 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” get a sneak peek of the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival at the Somerville Theatre. We also chat with Roxie Zwicker and Chad Cordner, co-directors of “The Woodland Alchemy.” We also announce location of the 2019 MASS ParaCon in the Berkshires.

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What’s New? celebrates Halloween

In this special Halloween edition of What’s New? Go behind the scenes of one of New England’s scariest attractions, Ghost Ship Harbor, as we revisit the spirits on board of the extremely haunted USS Salem. Chat with the Lizzie Borden B&B’s official psychic Lucky Belcamino and discuss her recent visit to Fall River’s other haunted house called Maplecroft. What’s New for Halloween? Here are your ghoulish co-hosts Sharon Fillyaw and Sam Baltrusis.

What’s New? devours donuts

What’s New? Malden vs. Assembly Row

In the April 2018 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” hop on the orange line and check out a few new and noteworthy hotspots in Somerville’s Assembly Row including American Fresh Brewhouse and Lucky Strike Social. We also visit two standouts in Malden including Idle Hands Craft Ales and Sillari’s Pizza.

What’s New? tackles homelessness

In the March 2018 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” we chat with Alex Ramirez, the editor in chief of Spare Change News, a Cambridge-based street newspaper celebrating its 25th anniversary of giving a “hand up” to the area’s displaced and formerly homeless community. We also revisit our discussion with ABCD’s Richard Matos-Haile, housing resource coordinator and organizer of ABCD’s mobile outreach unit.

What’s New? visits diners & ax bars

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In the February 2018 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” we’re going old school as we revisit one of our favorite topics, classic diners in Massachusetts. We’ll also take a whack at the latest trend cutting its teeth at new locations in the Bay State. Yes, ax-throwing bars are setting up their chop shops in four cities this year including Agawam, Marlborough, Everett and Somerville’s Union Square.

What’s New? visits new hotels

Take a “stay cation” and visit the latest offering from Lark Hotels, a boutique lodging group based in Amesbury, Mass. The posh Hotel Salem is a one-of-a-kind boutique experience located on the North Shore of Boston. We’ll also discuss several new hotel openings in the Bay State, including an unexpected renaissance in Worcester and the newest addition to Somerville’s Assembly Row.